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EXCLUSIVE: Murdered Cathouse Prostitute Was Likely In Wrong Place At The Wrong Time; Read The Search Warrant

Nov. 19 2009, Published 12:30 p.m. ET

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Moonlite Bunny Ranch prostitute/HBO Cathouse star Brooke Phillips was not an intended victim of David Allen Tyner, the man accused of killing her and five others in a shooting/house fire in Oklahoma City earlier this month, a police source exclusively told Thursday.

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According to the search warrant obtained by, the house was filled with evidence it doubled as a drug den -- including a wealth of firearms and drug paraphernalia.  A digital scale, divided amounts of marijuana, 53 sandwich-size zip-close bags, 46 gallon-size zip-close bags, two large pieces from a roll of heat-seal bags were all recovered from the location, according to police. Also retrieved from the crime scene were house casings from two guns, two box knives, a folding knife, a lighter, ammunition, and $221 in currency and coins.

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Phillips' body and three others (Jennifer Lynn Ermey, Casey M. Barrientos and Millie Barrera) were recovered from the scene; officials said they had all been were shot and killed in before the house was set ablaze November 9.

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Phillips and Barrera were pregnant, and authorities have charged Tyner with six murder counts in total, to account for the unborn victims.

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Tyner is not being cooperative with authorities, a source tells us. Police still do not have a motive for the grisly crime.



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